Kim Snaith


602 games reviewed
73.5 average score
80 median score
74.7% of games recommended
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Aug 19, 2015

You'll run, jump, climb, push, pull and rinse and repeat; it feels at times like each mechanism has just been potato-printed onto a different environment

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Sep 3, 2015

Even with AI difficulty set to Easy, prepare to lose more than your fair share of matches, and you'll probably give up playing long before you've put in enough time to become a master of the game

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Sep 18, 2015

There are no 'reused assets' here; everything is unique, and because of that, the game never feels repetitive and there's always something new waiting around the corner

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8 / 10 - Armikrog
Oct 5, 2015

The audio in the game is excellent… the original soundtrack is perfectly orchestrated, with tracks that change depending on the environment and the current on-screen action

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Don't get me wrong. Episode 5 is still good; it's still Life is Strange. I was just left with a bit of a sour taste in my mouth

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Nov 3, 2015

The fact that everyone is, once again, a complete newbie is refreshing; we all get to enjoy those small victories of completing a song on 100% for the first time again, and relive the satisfying achievement of moving up to the next difficulty level

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8 / 10 - Cibele
Nov 5, 2015

The gameplay of Cibele, in the form of the levels of Voltameri we're forced to play through, is something of a letdown… I was left to wonder how on earth Nina could spend so much of her time playing such a dull and boring game

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Nov 11, 2015

The soundtrack is absolutely brilliant… even if you haven’t heard them before, you’ll undoubtedly be humming them all day as they’re incredibly catchy and infectious

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4 / 10 - Rock Zombie
Dec 7, 2015

It all chugs along quite nicely for a few levels: hack away at groups of zombies, find a few collectible coins and generally bash and smash your way through to the end of the stage. Unfortunately, it all becomes monotonous and infuriating very quickly

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7 / 10 - 6180 The Moon
Jan 2, 2016

Unfortunately… there's not much in the way of replayability – once you've completed the levels, there's no reason to come back as you have no high scores, time trials or leaderboards to beat

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Jan 21, 2016

It's unfair to say that Act It Out! isn't fun; it did provide plenty of entertainment – but then, a game of charades generally provides entertainment by itself

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8 / 10 - Sparkle 2
Jan 27, 2016

It's clear a lot of TLC has gone into sprucing up the console version of Sparkle 2 to make it, well… extra sparkly

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The puzzles are incredibly well thought-out and varied. Of course there are the obligatory hidden object puzzles.. but these are bolstered by much more brain-intensive puzzles that really do require you to think

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6 / 10 - Gone Home
Feb 18, 2016

…Finally climbing up the stairs and seeing what awaited in the final minutes of the game should have been exhilarating… but rather it felt like somebody had just let all the air out of a shiny birthday balloon, deflating with a disappointing fart

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Feb 26, 2016

You'll get the most that Layers of Fear can offer you when you're brave enough to delve into all of its nooks and crannies

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Mar 1, 2016

Far Cry Primal's map is absolutely huge, and is literally teeming with objective markers and missions. I challenge even the most ardently focused of players to travel to their intended location without getting sidetracked on the way

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Mar 18, 2016

…it’s plain to see that Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse is a deep and instantly inviting adventure

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7 / 10 - Sheltered
Apr 2, 2016

More than just a case of survival, Sheltered pushes you to grow and eventually thrive, and the moment your little unit starts to become somewhat self-sufficient, you’ll feel a real swell of pride

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Apr 12, 2016

Republique tries to do something different… it's got a few hooks to keep you playing; eager to find out more about Hope and her strange surroundings

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The unique twist that Letter Quest offers with brawler and RPG elements makes this a truly engaging and addictive title

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